Methadone Clinics in Hammond, Louisiana

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Hammond, a city with a total area of 36.37 km², is the largest city in Tangipahoa Parish. Although its 2018 population of 20,786 was not enough to rate it as one of the largest cities in the U.S., the speed at which opioid use disorder has spread across the world means that the probability that Hammond is home to some people experiencing it should not be ruled out. Such people may visit any methadone clinic Hammond LA for medication-assisted treatment. What makes up a full medication-assisted treatment package is the pairing of methadone with counseling and psychological support. This is because methadone may not be able the fix all the psychological issues that opioid use disorder may have caused. Methadone counters the effects of opioids in the body. It lasts longer than opioids and it is safe if taken in compliance with the recommendations of a medication-assisted treatment professional. All methadone clinics in Louisiana are required to be certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration before commencing the opioid treatment program. In order to avoid diversion into the illicit market and drug abuse, methadone is only available in methadone clinics. The patient has to take it under close observation at the beginning but compliant and stable patients may be permitted by the health provider to take it at home between visits.

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